Michael Taylor

Mike and Pip have been married since 2009 and love serving Jesus together. Mike completed a Bachelor of Divinity at Moore Theological College and is now working as an Assistant Minister at St David’s Forestville.

Practical tips for sharing the gospel with a stranger

  • Michael Taylor
  • 16 September 2019

I try to set time aside every couple of weeks to walk up to strangers and share the same powerful gospel that saved me. Many Christians want to do this but lack confidence, so here are some practical tips from my own experience.

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How to share the gospel with a stranger

  • Michael Taylor
  • 18 June 2018

Christians talk about the importance of fishing and the abundance of fish, and we tell others to fish—but few actually go out and fish, because we feel we’re no good at it. Here's some practical tips so you will be more confident in getting out there and putting your line in the water.

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Do whatever makes you holy

  • Michael Taylor
  • 5 March 2018

Does your church culture perpetuate a “do whatever makes you happy” version of Christianity?

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How to influence your conscience (before someone else does)

  • Michael Taylor
  • 20 November 2017

The normalization and celebration of sin has become so pervasive in the entertainment we have grown up enjoying that it can be difficult for us to discern whether or not God is pleased with our lifestyle.

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Making it our aim to please God with entertainment

  • Michael Taylor
  • 4 October 2017

As Christians, we need to think about how we can apply discernment to the media we engage in so that we remain holy and distinct, and that our gospel proclamation isn’t undermined by our worldliness.

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Glorifying God with infertility

  • Michael Taylor
  • 13 April 2017

The ‘infertilty club’ is not an exclusive one. It has many members from all walks of life, even though no-one wants to join it. But As Mike and Pip Taylor discovered, finding themselves in this unwelcome club taught them profound lessons they would never have learned otherwise.

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